Khadija Aziz


Khadija is a textile artist and educator. Her first time advocating for policy change was by creating inclusive and safe spaces for young artists in her community, for which she was the youngest person to receive the Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award in 2015. She likes to create opportunities for marginalized communities that enable them to be the best versions of themselves, whether it be civic activists or creative professionals. She has been facilitating at the Institute since summer 2017.

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Layton Legacy Project Marks Tenth Anniversary of Jack Layton’s Passing

August 22, 2021 will mark the tenth anniversary of NDP leader Jack Layton’s untimely death. Jack believed change is possible when we all come together - so that’s exactly what we’re doing.


LGBTQ+ Activism from Uganda to Canada

On April 27th, 2021, the Institute for Change Leaders hosted Christopher Nkambwe—queer activist and founder of the African Centre for Refugees in Ontario—Canada and journalist Andrea Houston for a discussion on LGBTQ+ activism from Uganda to Canada

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